For Better Project Outcomes
Energy Project Transactions are often complex and challenging and always time consuming.
We’re here to add an independent perspective or just to lighten the load.
Oxford Energy is an energy transaction advisory boutique with its two partners having been at the leading edge of, what is now called, the Energy Transition for 25+ years including roles as advisors, independent developers and senior executives at GE Energy.
Find out more and see how we can add value.
Expertise. Experience. Global Network
Use of strong global network
Identification and fatal flaw analysis
Techno economic assessment
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT
Deal structuring and negotiation
Tollgate based budgeting and risk management
NON-EXECUTIVE ADVISORY / BOARD
Executive team mentoring and support
Independent management oversight
Risk monitoring and mitigation
Chryssa joined Enron Wind in 1998 where she combined responsibilities in construction management and project development. Following the acquisition of Enron Wind by GE in 2002, she joined the GE Energy project development group where she served as project manager eventually assuming responsibility for sell-down transactions and contractual integrity of development agreements. In 2015 she was promoted to the role of Vice President at GE Capital’s Energy Financial Services (EFS) Global Markets development group where she specialised in contracting, deal structuring and risk management.
Upon leaving GE, she founded Triton Properties and is acting as an Independent Advisor in the Energy sector both through Oxford Energy and Two Mountains.
Rembrandt is a renewable energy pioneer and entrepreneur but equally made his mark in the large corporate environment. He started in wind energy in 1993 when he founded NEDPOWER and saw his first project going into construction in India in 1998. He joined GE Energy in 2003 where, following stints in London, Singapore and the US, he was appointed as global leader of the Project Development team and later as a Managing Director at GE Capital in London. With this team he undertook early solar development work in the US and Europe and managed 10GW of wind and gas-fired projects through the development cycle that ultimately progressed to construction across Europe, Asia, North and South America as well as Africa.
After leaving GE, he took interim leadership roles as Chief Commercial Officer at a disruptive energy storage start-up after first having filled that same role in a marine energy company.
Chief Renewables Specialist at IFC/ World Bank, Washington DC
"Aside from skills in originating and structuring viable projects, I also appreciate his creativity and tenacity in seeing projects through to their conclusion."
MD at Global IPP, London
"A creative and tenacious deal maker with deep domain knowledge, and adept at aligning interests to create value for all parties in complex transactions."
Chief Growth Officer at Global IPP, Dubai
“Rembrandt is an extremely skilled leader, with a clear vision, and I believe the right approach to gather, empower and grow employees around him.”
Sample list of projects in which the team has or had a significant or lead role.
Solar PV, Caribean
Ongoing development of a 250MW Solar PV and Energy Storage project in the Caribbean.
Ongoing advisory work in respect of the feasibility and deal structuring concerning an LNG terminal and gas-fired power plant in sub-saharan Africa.
Kipeto Wind, Kenya
The 100MW Kipeto project is a project co-developed by a consortium comprising a local developer, the IFC/World Bank and GE Energy, with support from and participation by the local community. The project was commissioned in 2020 with a capacity factor in excess of 50%.
Wandoan IGCC, Australia
Wandoan was a 400MW Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) project promoted by GE Energy, a local utility and a global mining major. An IGCC plant captures CO2 pre-combustion for subsequent underground storage. Following an 18 month pre-feasibility study the project was shelved on account of regulatory uncertainty.
RCI Wind Energy, India
The RCI Project is a greenfield 80 turbine project developed on an IPP basis in the pioneering days of wind in the mid 90-ies and still operating today. Challenges included an unwieldy bureaucracy, perceived wind technology risk and compliance challenges, to name a few.